Soccer roundup: Dover girls prevail in OT

Soccer roundup: Dover girls prevail in OT

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Soccer roundup: Dover girls prevail in OT

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Krista Caione netted the game winner in overtime as the Dover High School girls soccer team edged host Onteora 2-1 in Mid-Hudson Athletic League action on Wednesday.

The Dragons trailed 1-0 at halftime on a goal by Onteora’s Correy McGlyn.

Dover tied the score in the 53rd minute on a goal by Kate Sanchirico.

Honesti Crochran stopped 12 shots for the Dragons (7-5).

Millbrook 1, Webutuck 0 — Mackenzie Harkenrider’s goal at the 25:52 mark of the second half decided the game for the visiting Blazers, who improved to 4-9-1.

Amenia’s Warriors fell to 4-11. They travel to Dover on Friday for their regular-season finale.

John Jay 2, Scarsdale 1 — Corrine Burns broke a 1-1 tie with a second-half goal, sending the visiting Patriots home to Wiccopee victorious.

Natalie Szova gave John Jay a 1-0 lead in the first half before the hosts tied the game, requiring Burns’ heroics after the break.

John Jay (10-4) hosts North Rockland on Friday.

Marlboro 4, Franklin D. Roosevelt 1 — Taylor Dubois and Hannah Sulllivan each scored two goals for visiting Marlboro in the MHAL match.

Michelle Nowak made five saves for the Iron Dukes (10-3-1, 9-2-1).

Deirdre Nolan scored for the Presidents (4-12), who received nine saves in goal from Kelsie McDowell.

Our Lady of Lourdes 1, Carmel 1 — Christa Starling scored the goal and Kayla Moschetti made 11 saves for the Warriors (3-9-3), who travel to Scarsdale on Friday.

Saugerties 2, Highland 1 — Julia Purdy tied the score for Highland before halftime, but the visiting Sawyers got a goal shortly after the break for the win.

Tori Capobianco made seven saves for the Huskies, who fell to 3-10-1.

Saugerties left the pitch 5-7.

North Rockland 4, Arlington 1 — Jenny Caoili scored the lone goal for Freedom Plains’ Admirals, who lost at home to fall to 10-4.

Late Tuesday, Michaela Fasolino, Molly Feighan and Caoili eached tallied for Arlington in a 3-0 win at Carmel.

Arlington will host its “Pink Out” game on Friday at 4:30 p.m., when John Jay-Cross River travels north. The game will help raise awareness for breast cancer research.

Boys soccer

David Siriboe finished with a goal and an assist as Roy C. Ketcham blanked host White Plains 3-0 in non-league action.

Siriboe assisted on the first goal of the match by Jake Keller and scored the second goal off an assist from Dan Veliz.

Connor Tarquini scored in the second half off an assist from Dan Murphy for the Indians (10-5), who close out the regular season at John Jay on Monday. Anthony Giuffre made four saves.

Webutuck 5, Dover 0 — Amenia’s Warriors shut out the Dragons, as keeper Hunter Coulthard kept the hosts off the board.

Albertus Magnus 2, Pawling 0 — The Tigers fell to 0-14 on the season.

Pawling travels to Dover on Monday.

Franklin D. Roosevelt 7, New Paltz 0 — Nick Petschko scored five goals late Tuesday, and Bovin Odiambo and R.J. Constantino each had one goal for host Roosevelt (8-5) in the match.

Arlington B 2, Millbrook 1 — Anthony Germano and Reese Hanson each had a goal for visiting Arlington B (10-4) in late Tuesday’s non-league match.

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Soccer roundup: Dover girls prevail in OT

Dover defeated Onteora, 2-1, in overtime on a goal by Krista Caione.

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